Posted By Billy Frick on April 1, 2013
There are a lot of things that make the world great even if we don’t necessarily notice them instantly: ice cream on a hot day, a chilled beer when you have the world on your shoulders, cable TV when there’s absolutely nothing else to do, friends when you need someone to lean on, and so on. One more thing that should probably be added to this list, at least for my fellow computer geeks out there (and even the not-so-geeky who nonetheless love their computers), is the Bitdefender coupon code. I admit I just found out about it a month ago, so it would not be surprising at all if it is your first time to hear of it. It is something that I love for many reasons, and I’m going to go through them here.
First, I love it for the fact that it lets me buy Bitdefender’s premium antivirus program at more than 50% off. If you’ve ever gone shopping for antivirus programs, you know that this means big savings. Antivirus programs cost at least an arm (sometimes, plus a leg) nowadays because of the multiplication in threats to our systems and the costs of upkeep and updating their defense, and getting a discount on the top antiviruses, whether it happens to be Bitdefender or something else (like Norton or Kaspersky, for example) is always a good thing when you’re trying to make ends meet.
I love that it lets me keep my computer expenses low without compromising their security. Let’s be honest: buying even just a cheap $300 laptop without protecting it with a good antivirus is plain idiocy nowadays. Going without an antivirus is always a big gamble, especially when you depend on your computer for a lot of things, not least being data storage.
Finally, I also love the Bitdefender coupon code (especially the ones I get at Migenblog) because it is always so convenient: there are no complex techniques to using it for a purchase other than simply entering the coupon code at checkout or, when it is a promo instead of a coupon, going direct to the store with a discount. This makes it ultra-accessible to everybody, even those of my friends who aren’t really tech-savvy, and I am all for anything that makes great technology more available and more consumer-friendly.